This plugin provides shortcodes that manage multi column layouts.
This plugin provides shortcodes that manage multi column layouts. Provides the following shortcodes [one_half], [one_third], [two_thirds], [one_fourth], [three_fourths], [one_fifth], [two_fifth], [three_fifth], [four_fifth], [one_sixth], [five_sixth] and also the same with last (for instace [one_half_last]) that allows to determine the last column.
Development based on the development done by SimpleThemes in the WordPress Skeleton Theme (http://themes.simplethemes.com/skeleton/).
I liked very much that functionality but the theme is not the one I prefer. So I decided to extract that functionality.
*[one_half] *[one_third] *[two_thirds] *[one_fourth] *[three_fourths] *[one_fifth] *[two_fifth] *[three_fifth] *[four_fifth] *[one_sixth] *[five_sixth] *[one_half_last] *[one_third_last] *[two_thirds_last] *[one_fourth_last] *[three_fourths_last] *[one_fifth_last] *[two_fifth_last] *[three_fifth_last] *[four_fifth_last] *[one_sixth_last] *[five_sixth_last]
You can use the short codes in order to break text into columns. The last column must be created using the last shortcode. For instance, if you want to have a 2 identical width colums you have to use [one_half] shortcodes. So [one_half]First column[/one_half][one_half_last]Second column[/one_half_last] will do that job.